Jim McGillivray continues his exclusive series with “Up To The Line”
The Green Hills of Tyrol: thank an Italian
G.S.’s 3/4 march “Nona” not quite anon.
Jim McGillivray continues his exclusive series with ” Longueval”
Auchmountain’s Bonnie Glen – Balloch’s march a neglected gem
St. Valery: John Wilson hornpipe seems incongruous with monumental Allied defeat
Maggie Cameron shows classic evolution from ‘wee’ tune to competition great
Jim McGillivray continues his exclusive series with “The Argyllshire Gathering”
Jim McGillivray continues his exclusive series with “The Battle of the Somme”
Jim McGillivray’s new series highlighting classic tunes starts with G.S. McLennan’s “The Braemar Gathering”
Articles from the last three months with the highest overall ratings by readers.
- Outside the Box, with Jim McGillivray
- Toronto Police drumming instability continues with resignation
- Pleasant time for Prince Charles at Pleasanton
- Northern Meeting: Iain Speirs wins the Clasp; Henderson A HP&J . . . more
- Murray gains Double Gold at Inverness; Stewart Silver Star; MacColl Silver; Alex Gandy A-Grade MSR
September 20, 2014Central Kentucky Highland GamesEminence, KY
September 27, 2014Celtic ClassicBethlehem, PA
September 27, 2014St. Louis Scottish GamesForest Park
October 3, 2014Kiltsandmore Workshop for BagpiperKiltsandmore Hauptstrasse 74, 69242 in Mulhouse
There are a myriad of ways to manipulate reeds. Unless a reed scores favourably to start with there’s probably not a lot that can be done however. Be fussy with reed selection and get lots of them to choose from.
Stewart MacKenzie, P-M, Manawatu Scottish